Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 8, 1949

The Dickinson Follies draws crowd of 1,000 to first variety show. Nine members of the Little Theater tapped for Tau Delta Pi dramatic honor society. Clayton Braun featured in solo art exhibition organized by Professor Flower. Social Rules changes announced; women's curfew extended to one a.m. for dances, while permissions are extended for Friday and Saturday night dances. Pianist Ozan Marsh to present concert. R. Sturges Ingersoll to discuss modern art. American Friends Service Committee representative James Bristol presents to Young People's Fellowship on religion's role in creating peace. Dr. E.M. Fink spoke at chapel on the causes of divorce. Freshmen class founds the '52 Club to promote closer inter-class relationships. Carlisle Barracks to be open in honor of Army Day.

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